The company has introduced the feature which will allow Tesla owners to add up to five different car sounds. The new feature, which will be available for all Tesla owners from today, is called “TESLA Sound.”

“The Sound feature allows customers to listen to their favorite car audio and music through their Tesla App and/or by streaming it through the vehicle’s onboard speakers.

Once enabled, customers can choose from a variety of audio tracks including music, audiobooks and custom tracks created by a customer or provided by a third party.

The new feature is compatible with Apple CarPlay, Android Auto and Sonos.”

Tesla owners can add up to five car sounds as per their choise.

“There are two main ways to control the volume of your car: by using the ‘Sound’ button on your dashboard or by using the ‘Voice’ button when using the phone. The latter option works even if you don’t have an active network connection (and isn’t supported in all countries) and allows to control the volume while driving, without connecting to iTunes.”

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Tesla has added this feature to alert the visually impaired people.

This is an interesting story about a company that makes electric vehicles. The car is not loud, and it is not noisy. It definitely looks like a car, but it’s a bad imitation of the real thing. The company sells this fake version of the car to the blind people who are looking for something different.

The idea behind this concept is that:

• One should be able to sit in a quiet environment and listen to music or watch TV at the same time;

• People who are visually impaired can easily use this product, but they cannot use phones or computers when they are sitting in their home;

• This product is made to fit all types of people — so it should not be restricted by any physical characteristics (for example, people with disabilities and those who have hearing problems);

• The idea of this product is that there should be no boundaries between one person and another in his life — he should be able to enjoy all types of music, TV shows or movies at the same time;

• He should also have freedom to choose different kinds of products, since he knows which one suits him best;

• Since this product has no noise and people don’t need earplugs for them (it uses magnetism), they can enjoy the sound even if there are other sounds around them (for example, people talking);

Our company does not have the resources needed for making expensive sound-proofing solutions for our cars. So we have avoided these solutions by using various available technology solutions — such as vibration-dampening materials — which we hope will give us some sense of what we’re trying to achieve with our cars. We hope you like these products too! 🙂


After a long time of waiting, Tesla has finally announced “Tesla for the hearing impaired”. The company is offering a wide range of sounds to their customers, which can be heard in their cars.

It was announced by Elon Musk, the Chairman and CEO of Tesla Motors.

“We are excited to announce that we will be adding five different sound features to Tesla vehicles over the next few weeks. You can add up to five different sounds as you drive or listen while charging your car.”

The sound features include:

• • • • “A simple but effective noise alarm can help keep you aware of your surroundings”

The noise alarm feature is designed to alert visually impaired people who might not be able to hear the audio system in their own vehicles. Alternatively, it could help non-visioned people who have no sound when they turn on their dashboard lights. This feature is ideal for drivers who have limited visibility from outside their vehicle and need a visual warning against oncoming danger. Additionally, this feature should also give drivers who are blind a clearer view of what’s happening inside their vehicle and allow them to more easily monitor any active functions such as parking assistance or automatic braking when it detects an obstacle in front of its path.

A second feature adds a voice alarm (vibration) warning which will alert visually impaired passengers when they are approaching an intersection with an oncoming traffic light or traffic lane change (e.g., turning left onto Stark Road). This feature alerts visually impaired passengers that they need to slow down and stop before entering an intersection where there is a stop sign or flashing red signal. It could also provide audible guidance if there are other pedestrians present in vicinity (such as other cars). However, it should be noted that this option is purely recommended and not required by law in most countries around the world; so this feature should only be used if safer options are not available (such as audible pager signal or flashing lights).

Lastly, Tesla has added voice control functionality during certain times of day: from 6am – 12pm ET on weekdays and from 1pm – 6pm ET on weekends (10am – 5pm ET) .

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